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Wasn't sure if it does.
If not, does anyone have an example of how to obfuscate the code?
Would that be done before, or after calling Rapc?
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I played with proguard - applied it to class files before rapc compilation. It appears that resulting cod file size is almost the same with and without proguard. And at the same time size of class files before rapc compilation is different - about 30%.

So it looks like rapc obfuscates the code.
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